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Diet and lifestyle can influence prostate cancer outcomes(Comments Off on Diet and lifestyle can influence prostate cancer outcomes)

July 1, 2016

This month’s column describes the role of diet and lifestyle on the development and outcomes of prostate cancer, and includes a brief overview of published and ongoing trials.

Positron emission tomography with the glucose analog fluorine-18 FDG studies in patients with clinically responding and nonresponding tumors (© 2003 American Society of Clinical Oncology).

Studies address metabolic image-directed oncologic therapy for gastric cancer

Research findings regarding the effect of metabolic response on gastric cancer are summarized, including the new Alliance 021302 trial.

How successful is NST in increasing breast-conserving surgery rates in TNBC patients?

Historically, neoadjuvant systemic therapy (NST) has been mainly used to convert breast cancer from inoperable to operable; however, today NST also is incorporated into the treatment of patients who initially present with operable disease. NST can allow some patients with stage II-III breast cancer who initially present with disease extent necessitating mastectomy to possibly undergo […]

Dissemination and implementation: Translating cancer guidelines and clinical trial outcomes into everyday practice

Dissemination strategies and implementation research programs, which examine how clinical trials data may be incorporated into clinical use, are the focus of this month’s column.

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Rectal cancer resection: Laparoscopic or open—which way forward?

The primary outcome of the Z6051 rectal cancer trial is outlined in this month’s column as are new surgical trial concepts that resulted from this study.


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